Yorktown, VA, United States
Provides leadership, direction and legal expertise to planning and implementation of Human Resources functions in the Division.
Minimum requirement of a Master’s degree with preferred requirement of Ed.D, MBA or JD Minimum 5 years of progressively responsible experience in educational, management and business administration experience with preferred requirement of 10 or more years of such experience
Necessary and Special Qualifications:
In depth knowledge of Federal and State employment laws
Strong decision making ability, budget experience, proven human resource management skills
Ability to effectively lead, organize and direct the work of others
Demonstrated ability to design and implement a strategic plan for Human Resources
Ability to relate to a wide variety of people and to observe, listen and provide leadership which results in the best possible work environment
Strong analytical and problem solving skills
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Substantial management experience in all areas of human resources
Preferred legal experience/training in employee benefits, employment and EEOC law
Provides overall leadership and direction to the Human Resources Department Assumes responsibility for guidance and accountability for all personnel functions, including recruitment, employment, licensure, training, records, complaints, contracts, benefits and compensation, staffing, discipline, terminations/non-renewals, and interface with Payroll, Finance, Information Technology, Instruction, Operations and School Administration.
Provides leadership for department strategic plan and budget development
Develops plans to attract, develop and deploy talent
Oversees recruiting and succession management
Oversees non-licensed staff development
Designs/manages and administers performance management/evaluation and recognition programs
Oversees management of HRIS data/reporting, position control and analysis
Oversight and handling of all personnel related legal actions
Administers the annual budget for the Department
Supervises administrators/coordinators in the Department
Serves as the Title IX Coordinator for the Division
Interviews and recommends candidates for administrative positions in the Human Resources Department
Serves as Superintendent’s Cabinet member
Attends School Board work sessions and regular meetings
Encourages and facilitates communication among Division departments and buildings
Performs other duties as assigned by the Superintendent.
Working Conditions & Physical Requirements:
Normal office environment. Routine physical activities associated with normal office environment.
Terms of Employment:
Salary according to School Board Pay Plan.
Performance on this job will be evaluated in accordance with school board policy and administrative regulations.